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Gustav von Moser (1825–1903)

Moser, Gustav von (mō’zer). A prolific German comedy-writer; born at Spandau, May 11, 1825; died in 1903. He resigned from the army in 1856 to devote himself to literature. Among his pieces are: ‘What do You Think about Russia?’; ‘A Modern Barbarian’; ‘Ultimo’; ‘The Hypochondriac’; ‘The ‘Temptress’; ‘The New Governess.’